Identify Your Conditioned Patterns

No matter if it’s a complete life audit you’re trying to achieve, or seeking to make a few simple changes to improve your quality of life, it’s vital that you identify any conditioned patterns in your behavior or thought patterns that may be hindering your progress.
Conditioned beliefs refer to the subconscious beliefs and attitudes that we form as young children (generally between the ages of 0-6). These patterns form as a direct result of our immediate environment, the people we come into contact with, and the attitudes of parents and caregivers as we grow up.
Part of identifying core values is to identify these thought patterns and to acknowledge the impact they have or had upon our actions and current life situation.
No matter what the goal - conditioned beliefs can be some of the most hindering obstacles, we will encounter as we strive to better our lives. They are difficult because they can often be difficult to identify, and when we do, it’s often even more difficult to accept them.
It can help to contemplate specific habits, patterns, or behaviors you feel you may have inherited from a young age. Once you’ve identified them, it’s time to separate yourself from them - they are not yours, and you have no obligation to follow them. It’s simply a matter of changing habits.
The following article explains some direct examples of conditioned beliefs and the impact they have on our lives and goals:

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